Boros Collection #4: Time capsule of contemporary art
Housed in Mitte's most famous bunker, the Boros Collection will remain as is until 2026.
Cool places in Berlin: Where to go when it’s too hot to do anything
It's heating up this summer, but where can you go to cool down in Berlin?
Open-air pools in Berlin: The best spots for outdoor swimming
Open-air pools are an integral part of the Berlin summer. We round up the city's best locations […]
On the shore: Why Kafka makes the perfect holiday read
For this “feral girl summer”, Alexander Wells suggests a beach read from off the beaten path.
Forget Sylt – Take the €9 ticket to Elmau for the G7!
This weekend, the G7 summit takes place in Bavaria. The €9 ticket will take you right to […]
Pure&Crafted Festival with Pixies, Nothing But Thieves & Altin Gün
On July 1, Pure&Crafted Festival celebrates custom motorbikes and alternative music at Messe Berlin.
- Lisbon calling: Why are Berliners moving to Portugal?
- Berlin daily news blog: coronavirus, politics, culture, business and more
- Our music editor's guide to Fête de la Musique 2022
- Duc Ngo on food influencers, his favourite Berlin restaurants and getting bored of Mitte
- 48 hours (of eating in) Neukölln: A local guide to NK's best food
Nina Canell on crushing sea shells at Berlinische Galerie
The Swedish-born sculptor invites us to rethink our relationship with materials for her latest exhibition.
Berlin art: What exhibitions are on now?
What's going on in the art world and which Berlin exhibitions should you check out this week?
Patti Smith, Björk and Gorillaz: Three powerhouse acts for June
This month, a trio of barnstorming musical acts kick off the Berlin summer in style.
Our music editor’s guide to Fête de la Musique 2022
Our guide to the very best venues, acts and performances at this year's Fête de la Musique […]
20 years in 20 dishes: The food that shaped Berlin over two decades
Exberliner is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. We look back on 20 dishes which marked our […]
Ora: Hand-fished Norwegian seafood arrives in Kreuzberg
Want a taste of the hottest new shellfish supplier on the block? Look no further than the […]
June on Stage: Antz, Newts and Nazis
Ants save the world at HAU, while newts are exploited at the Schaubühne. Berlin's theatre this June […]
Autor:innentheatertage 2022: Not for the fainthearted
From June 8, Deutsches Theater celebrates 25 years of contemporary stage with some hard-hitting subject matter.
Berlin Blues to Marzahn, Mon Amour: 20 years of Berlin in 20 books
These 20 books - all published since Exberliner started - show the hopes, dreams, failures and fantasies […]
Bad Gays: Ben Miller on queer history’s greatest antagonists
We spoke with Ben Miller, co-author of Bad Gays, a new book on the dark side of […]
What’s on at Berlin cinemas this week?
Our guide to the best new releases, film festivals and Freiluftkino movie highlights at Berlin cinemas this […]
Sundown: Family meltdown in Mexico
★★★★ Michel Franco mesmerises with a bleak storyline and startling bursts of violence.
When Berlin was a centre of worldwide anti-colonial struggles
With the 12th Berlin Biennale is focusing on decolonial engagement, we remember Berlin's history of anti-colonial struggle.
Megan’s Megacan: Tight, Tighter, Tightest
After a COVID-enforced break, the Exberliner politics podcast is back to discuss antitrust laws, petrol prices and […]
€9 for 90 ticket: All you need to know about the new monthly travel pass
From June 1, a monthly travel ticket will cost just €9. We outline how to get one […]
The best lakes in Berlin: The classics and some hidden gems
From family friendly Krumme Lanke to the wild boars of Teufelsee, what is you favourite lake in […]